NP600

NP600 is paper phenolic product designed for use as drill entry material for the manufacture of printed circuit boards. A non-NEMA economy grade, the product is used in jigs and templates. It has a hard, flat surface for good drill starts, as well as sufficient strength to maintain hole positions.

NP602

NP602 is a paper-based laminate with low phenolic resin content. A non-NEMA economy grade, NP602 is typically hot punched for numerous low voltage electrical applications. NP602 offers fair electric properties in dry conditions, but the product is not suitable for applications that require resistance to high humidity.

NP605

NP605 is a paper phenolic sheet used as a drill-backer material. A non-NEMA economy grade, the product is used in jigs and templates. Its hard, flat surface and low sheet thickness variance facilitate superior drilling by helping to maintain the vertical axis. It is also frequently used as a replaceable tabletop for milling, drilling, and other machining applications.

NP610

NP610 (NEMA X) is a phenolic paper material for mechanical applications. Primarily a machining material, NP610 can be hot punched in thicknesses up to 0.093 inch. This mechanical grade offers good tensile, flexural, and compressive strength. Applications include panels, washers, switch bases, terminal boards, and structural parts. NP610 complies with the requirements of MIL-I-24768/12, Type PBM.

NP611

NP611 (NEMA XP) is a hot-punching, paper based phenolic grade. With mechanical properties approaching those of NP610, NP611 also offers improved electrical and punching characteristics. NP611 is a warm to hot punching grade, used for switch parts and other applications that need good moisture resistance, such as switch bases, terminal boards, insulating washers, and other intricate punched parts. NP611 complies with the requirements of MIL-I-24768/19, Type PBM-P.

NP611R

NP611R (NEMA XP) is a hot-punching, paper based phenolic grade. With mechanical properties approaching those of NP610, NP611R also offers improved electrical and punching characteristics. NP611R is a warm to hot punching grade, used for switch parts and other applications that need good moisture resistance, such as switch bases, terminal boards, insulating washers, and other intricate punched parts. NP611R complies with the requirements of MIL-I-24768/19, Type PBM-P.

NP612

NP612 (NEMA XPC) is a paper based phenolic grade, which is suitable for room temperature punching and shearing in thicknesses up to 0.125 inch. Though its mechanical properties do not equal those of NP611, NP612 offers greater flexibility. This mechanical grade is UL listed (File Number E-187147) and meets the requirements of MIL-I-24768/20, Type PBM-PC. Suitable for intricate punched parts, the product is designed for applications in which electrical and moisture requirements are of secondary importance.

NP625

NP625 (NEMA XPC) is a paper based phenolic grade, which is suitable for punching and shearing in thicknesses up to 0.125 inch and at temperatures slightly higher than room temperature. NP625 is designed for applications in which electrical and moisture characteristics better than NP612's are required.

NP629

NP629 (NEMA XX) is a paper based phenolic that is a machining grade with less robust electrical properties than those of NP630. This product meets the requirements of MIL-I-24768/11, Type PBG. Designed for electrical insulation, the product can be used in dry or high humidity conditions. Applications include barriers, breaker arms, switch panel boards, and relay and switch bases.

NP630

NP630 is a machining grade with very good electrical properties and excellent resistance to moisture and splitting. It has low cold flow with good dimensional stability. Applications include high-voltage switch gear and radio and television panels.

NP631

NP631 is a hot-punching thermoset composite material offering excellent electrical properties and low moisture absorption. NP631 is used for punched parts for high-voltage switches, gears, and other insulation applications requiring high electrical strength in areas of high humidity and moisture.

NP639

NP639 is an economical paper-reinforced laminate that can withstand temperatures up to 150°C without blistering. Besides high-temperature resistance, this non-NEMA grade offers good compressive strength and low moisture absorption. Typical applications involve high temperatures, compression, and wear resistance.

NP660

NP660 (NEMA XP) is an economy version of NP611. This product is made of natural kraft paper without pigmented cover sheets. This low-cost paper phenolic is suitable for warm to hot punching. NP660 complies with the requirements of MIL-I-24768/19, Type PBM-P.

NP664

NP664 (NEMA XPC) is a composite made from unbleached kraft paper with pigmented cover plies on the surface. This low-cost paper phenolic is a room temperature punching grade with high flexural strength and mechanical and electrical properties similar to NP612. NP664 complies with the requirements of MIL-I-24768/20, Type PBM-PC.

NP680

NP680 (NEMA XP) is a hot-punching grade with electrical properties between those offered by NP611 and NP631. NP680 complies with the requirements of MIL-I-24768/19, Type PBM-P.

NP843

NP843 is made from kraft paper and phenolic resin system. The cover plies use a semi-conductive phenolic resin, while the core is insulating. Applications include X-ray tables in operating rooms and other applications where X-ray clarity is required.

SP3000 - SkatePlate 3000®

SP3000 - SkatePlate 3000® is composed of a phenolic resin system combined with a mechanical grade of kraft paper. It is designed for the wear surfaces in roller skate and skateboard parks. Primarily a machining material, SkatePlate 3000 offers good tensile, flexural, flatwise impact, and compressive strength. Additionally, it does not splinter like plywood surfaces. Thus, the material can be used to produce a tough, non-splintering surface that offers excellent wear resistance. While it is suitable for the surfaces of indoor sports facilities, SkatePlate 3000 also holds up well to the weather in outdoor environments.